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Race Affects Breast Cancer Chemo Completion

New research suggests that non-white women are less likely to complete the full-term course of chemotherapy to treat their breast cancer. What gives?

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Does The Oncologist Want You To Do More Yoga?

Doctors have new guidelines for using yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and other complementary approaches for alleviating breast cancer symptoms and side effects.

By Katherine Malmo

Warning Signs of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Advanced breast cancer tends to spread to the bones, the liver, the lungs, or the brain. Can you recognize the different symptoms of metastasis for each organ?

By Sheila M. Eldred

How to Tell Your Metastatic Breast Cancer Story

What’s the best way to tell your story about being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer? PJ gives her advice.

By PJ Hamel

Can Teens Get Breast Cancer?

Should young women be concerned about breast cancer? What about after breast reduction surgery? Our expert answers.

By Ask HealthCentral

Is This Normal? A Teen Guide to Breast Health

When it comes to our breasts, what’s normal and what is cause for concern? Can teens get breast cancer?

By Phyllis Johnson

Could My Rash Mean I Have Inflammatory Breast Cancer?

A rash on the breast could spark panic — but this may put your mind at ease.

By Phyllis Johnson

Benign Breast Lumps: Symptoms and Treatment

Most breast lumps aren’t cancer. Learn about other possibilities, like cysts, fibroadenomas, and fibrocystic breast changes.

By PJ Hamel

Nipple Issues: When to Worry, When to Wait

If you’ve experienced a change in your nipples (for example, itching or discharge) your first instinct may be to panic. But often, the cause is nothing serious.

By PJ Hamel

Breast Cancer Symptoms: When to Worry, When to Wait

It’s natural to feel worried if you experience a change in your breast, but most causes are not serious. This guide can help you know when to seek a doctor’s attention.

By PJ Hamel